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Loving: Reclaimed wood signs from Signed Yours Truly {GIVEAWAY}

2014 November 26
by Emily Hill

Disclosure: I received a reclaimed wood sign from Signed Yours Truly to review and one to giveaway. All thoughts, opinions and true love for my sign is 100 percent honest.

If you follow me on Instagram, then you’ll remember this beautiful reclaimed wood sign I had custom made by Signed Yours Truly on Etsy.

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Signed Yours Truly reclaimed wood sign -- these signs are absolutely beautiful and you can customize the saying.

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I first saw this saying in a shop at Gardner Village. The full quote read: “Being a family means you are a part of something very wonderful. It means you will love and be loved for the rest of your life no matter what.” It wouldn’t fit on the sign, so Carolyn tweaked it.

I may love it even more.

And how lovely is the “Signed Yours Truly” handwritten on the back of the wood.

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Signed Yours Truly reclaimed wood sign -- these signs are absolutely beautiful and you can customize the saying.

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I want this reclaimed wood sign to be front and center in our home but I haven’t yet found the right spot. I think it will go in my entryway, which we are having repainted in the next few weeks. Until then it sits on the dining table where the family can see it daily.

Because my dining table is a dumping ground for backpacks and coats, I know my kids see this sign every. single. day.

Carolyn Canington from Signed Yours Truly specializes in customized reclaimed wood signs. Here are a couple of my favorites:

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Signed Yours Truly reclaimed wood signs

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Signed Yours Truly reclaimed wood signs

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If you’re looking for a unique holiday gift, you really ought to consider a custom wood sign from Signed Yours Truly. Each design features carefully handcrafted techniques that create an authentic, distressed look with a vintage, modern appeal. Plus you can feature your favorite quote, scripture verse, personal motto, wedding date—if it can fit on one of Carolyn’s signs, she can do it!

Carolyn will work with you to create your unique design (size, materials, colors, etc.). Once you’ve settled on a design, she will send you a blueprint sketch before payment to ensure your order is exactly what you want. And if you’re not 100 percent satisfied with your final product, she will refund your payment. How awesome is that?

I’ve met Carolyn and she is truly sincere about making her customers happy and producing high-quality work…and she does both, trust me.

You can find Carolyn’s work in her Etsy shop at SignedYours.Etsy.com.

And now for the giveaway!

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Signed Yours Truly Etsy shop giveaway

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One lucky ITRML reader will win a $50 credit to use on any pre-made or custom reclaimed wood sign from Signed Yours Truly on Etsy!*

* Winner must pay for any amount over $50; shipping not included. Credit may not be used toward any item that does not fall in the “Reclaimed Wood Signs” category.


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Peanut butter chocolate trifle

2014 November 25
by Emily Hill

Remember those peanut butter swirl brownies I posted last week? They truly are my favorite brownies because they are the perfect combination of peanut butter and chocolate and the perfect dessert without an embellishment. Of course, if you feel the need for embellishment, why not go all out and throw them in a peanut butter chocolate trifle because how could that not totally work?

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Peanut butter chocolate trifle - if you love peanut butter AND chocolate trifle, you must make this ASAP.

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This peanut butter trifle was George’s birthday request. He’s been a fan of my chocolate trifle since he was old enough to shovel it into his mouth; I was happy to tweak the recipe to incorporate a bit of peanut buttery flavor. Hello, we’re talking chopped Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. And those dang good peanut butter swirl brownies.

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Peanut butter chocolate trifle - if you love peanut butter AND chocolate trifle, you must make this ASAP.

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I’ll be posting my classic trifle recipe in a couple weeks. Believe me, you don’t need trifle more than once a quarter, but since you’re only looking at photos and (hopefully) pinning the recipe, you’ll be able to avoid the sugar coma that inevitably sets in with too much trifle.

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Peanut butter chocolate trifle - if you love peanut butter AND chocolate trifle, you must make this ASAP.

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This peanut butter chocolate trifle is a fantastic holiday dessert because it:

  • Serves a huge crowd. (Trust me, you only need about a half cup or you’ll have instant cavities.)
  • Needs to be made a day ahead, so less prep (and dishes) on the big day.
  • Makes just about everyone happy, even those who don’t love chocolate.
  • Works really well as a late-night snack.

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Yep, it’s pretty much a no-brainer crowd-pleasing dessert—and those are the very best kind. Printable recipe for peanut butter chocolate trifle below.
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Trifle
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Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12
 
This peanut butter chocolate trifle is a total crowd-pleaser. It features peanut butter swirl brownies, chocolate pudding, whipped topping and chopped Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
Ingredients
  • 1 9×13-inch pan of peanut butter swirl brownies, cooled (see recipe here: http://www.isthisreallymylife.com/2014/11/peanut-butter-brownies/)
  • 1 (3.9-ounce) package instant chocolate fudge pudding mix
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 (8-ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 1 (16-ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 6 to 8 Reese's Peanut Butter cups, chopped
Instructions
  1. Cut brownies into 1-inch squares.
  2. Combine pudding mix, water and sweetened condensed milk in a large bowl. Mix until smooth; fold in 8-ounce container of whipped topping until no streaks remain.
  3. Layer half of the brownies, half of the pudding mixture and half of the 16-ounce container of whipped topping in a trifle bowl or similar large glass bowl.
  4. Sprinkle half the chopped Reese's. Repeat layers. Refrigerate at least 8 hours before serving.

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Salted caramel eggnog milkshake

2014 November 24
by Emily Hill

This post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Blendtec and contains affiliate links.

Remember that amazing gingersnap cookie butter I posted on Friday as part of my Blendtec Designer 725 review? It was the inaugural blend for my new Blendtec blender…and it was a super tasty one.

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Gingersnap cookie butter recipe

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But of course I had to make sure Blendtec was as good at making festive, frosty milkshakes as it was at blending cookie butter because let’s be honest, smoothies and milkshakes are the best thing to pour out of a WildSide Jar.

With this being the season of eggnog, and with my love of salted caramel (I could bathe in it), I thought a salted caramel eggnog milkshake would make for the perfect blended treat. And I was right.

I’m always right, but this time I was, like, 147 percent right.

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Salted caramel eggnog milkshake

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It did take me a couple attempts to figure out the best settings on the Blendtec Designer 725 for blending the perfect milkshake. A manual high-speed blend/puree caused the shake to become too runny due to a bit of heat from friction, so I gave the Ice Cream setting a try. It turns out it was the ideal option as long as I stopped it about 3 to 5 seconds into the high-speed blend. (It starts slowly and picks up speed.)

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Salted caramel eggnog milkshake

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Trust me when I say the entire family devoured this salted caramel eggnog milkshake. Madison and I both had at least two glassfuls and neither of us is drinker of the eggnog.

I wish the pictures did this milkshake justice; you’ll just have to believe me when I say you need this in your life, at least from November to January.

To discover why I want to marry my new blender, you can read my Blendtec Designer 725 review. To discover a new love for salted caramel eggnog milkshakes, print out the recipe below.
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Salted Caramel Eggnog Milkshake
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Milkshake
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 4
 
Your holidays are not complete without one (or more) of these salted caramel eggnog milkshakes. Even those who aren't fans of eggnog will devour this frosty treat!
Ingredients
  • 2 cup eggnog
  • 4 cups vanilla bean ice cream
  • ¼ cup salted caramel sauce (I used Smucker's)
Instructions
  1. Place ingredients in blender in order listed.
  2. Blend on low speed until thick and cream.
  3. Serve immediately topped with whipped cream and a drizzle of salted caramel.

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My blender can obviously blend gingersnap cookie butter and salted caramel eggnog shakes, but if you want to learn more about Blendtec, visit them online at Blendtec.com or connect with them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube (their “Will It Blend?” videos are my fave!), Pinterest and Google+.


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Blendtec Designer 725 review: Will it blend . . . gingersnap cookie butter?

2014 November 21
by Emily Hill

This post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Blendtec and contains affiliate links.

We have been fans of Blendtec since we received our first Blendtec blender nearly three years ago from my in-laws. Nathan’s been a fan of gingersnaps since he tasted his first gingersnap over 30 years ago at his great-grandmother’s home in Idaho. I figured what better way give you the most honest Blendtec Designer 725 review than by test driving a recipe for some seriously thick gingersnap cookie butter.

Mmm…cookie butter.

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Gingersnap cookie butter recipe

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Before we get into the gingersnap goodness, let me tell you why the Blendtec Designer 725 needs to be on your holiday wish list. Ready? Here goes…

It is the best. blender. EVER.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series review
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No, really. And not just because it’s so very, very pretty.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series review
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It also has some pretty awesome features. See if you can tell which are my favorites.

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Blendtec Designer 725 review
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I loved my old Blendtec but I had no idea what I was missing, and I’m not just talking about SmartBlend technology, which senses and identifies possible blending problems like loading errors, overheating, or air pockets and then tells me how to fix them. I’m talking about the niftiest touchscreen known to the small appliance world. One touch of this little button…

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series blender review
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…and my mind was blown. Blown, I tell you. The screen lit up and the digital tutorial started guiding me through the ins and outs of my new Blendtec Designer 725. The tutorial taught me all the nifty tricks this blender can do including reward me for achieving milestones in my blending career.

It’s about time I was recognized for my mad smoothie- and dressing-making skills.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series and Twister Jar review
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Those are just a few highlights from a rather entertaining tutorial. My most favorite feature of the Blendtec Designer 725 touchscreen? The ability to change the speed of the blend or pulse by sliding your finger along the line at the bottom of the screen. Apparently it’s a 100-speed capacitive touch slider. That’s 100 speeds, people.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series and Twister Jar review
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I could have played with that feature ALL DAY. But daylight was fading quickly (darn you, Daylight Savings!) and I had some gingersnap cookie butter to blend into submission. The Blendtec was ready and waiting.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series and Twister Jar review
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I decided to use the Blendtec Blendtec Twister Jar for this project. This little jar is designed for thicker recipes like nut butters, hummus, baby food and thick shakes. When you use the jar, you twist the lid counter-clockwise while the blend cycle is running, forcing the ingredients from the sides into the blade for a smoother blend. So cool, right?

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series and Twister Jar review
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Throw in the Spectacula spatula (designed specifically for the Twister Jar) and you can scrape the sides of your jar cleaner than beaters after my kids have licked off the brownie batter. I also love the size of the Twister Jar–it’s perfect for single-serve smoothies and smaller batches of dips and dressings.

Or a batch of gingersnap cookie butter.

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Gingersnap cookie butter recipe

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The Blendtec Designer 725 and Twister Jar had no problem turning 30 gingersnaps into crumbs so fine I wanted to play with them like magic sand. The true test came when I added the other ingredients, which included very little liquid.

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Blendtec Designer 725 Series and Twister Jar review
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This was my first time blending something as thick as a cookie butter, but I got the hang of it pretty quickly. I used a combination of the Pulse and Blend, adding a little liquid as needed for desired consistency.

The one mistake I made was letting it blend the cookie butter too long, as the butter got pretty hot. I had no idea what I was doing; the Blendtec didn’t know what I was doing either. I know because it gave me a virtual high-five in the form of a digital congratulations on my first successful blend.

How can you not love this blender?

Though the gingersnap cookie butter got a bit toasty due to operator error, it was just as gingery and sweet as it should be and a huge hit with Nathan. Next time I think I’ll try adding a little more milk or water to make it a bit easier to spread.

Next on the list? Oreo cookie butter and maybe even Samoa cookie butter…because I’m crazy like that.

On Monday I’ll be sharing a recipe for a scrumptious eggnog milkshake because, hello, it wouldn’t be a Blendtec Designer 725 review without trying the Blendtec WildSide Jar.

Oh, and hosting an UH-MAZING giveaway.

Between making this gingersnap cookie butter and waiting for the eggnog milkshake recipe, you should check out Blendtec on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube (their “Will It Blend?” videos are my fave!), Pinterest and Google+.

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Gingersnap cookie butter recipe

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Printable recipe for gingersnap cookie butter below.
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Gingersnap Cookie Butter
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Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 8
 
If you're a fan of gingersnap cookies, then you'll love this gingersnap cookie butter. Adjust the milk until it reaches your desired consistency. Top on cookies or toast or eat with a spoon. Note: If you're worried about the milk in the recipe (this is best kept at room temperature), you can try substituting water.
Ingredients
  • 30 gingersnaps
  • 1 tsp dark brown sugar
  • ½ tsp vanilla
  • ¼ to ½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or regular milk)
  • 2 T coconut oil
  • ¼ tsp cinnamon
  • Pinch of salt
Instructions
  1. Place cookies in blender and pulse until cookies resemble super fine crumbs.
  2. Add the sugar, vanilla, ¼ cup of milk, coconut oil, cinnamon and salt and pulse or blend for another 1 to 2 minutes, adding more milk until cookie butter reaches desired consistency.
  3. Serve at room temperature.
Notes
If refrigerated, bring a small amount to room temperature before using as the coconut oil will go super solid in the fridge (see Summary).

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Red velvet oreos & a cookbook GIVEAWAY!

2014 November 19
by Emily Hill

Disclosure: I received a copy of The Red Velvet Lover’s Cookbook to review and one to giveaway. All thoughts, opinions and new love for red velvet oreos are 100 percent honest and all mine.

As much as I love perks like behind-the-scenes visits to American Idol, partnerships with Diet Coke and all-expense-paid trips to Italy (I still need to write about that amazing experience), my most favorite thing about blogging is when an online acquaintance becomes a real-life friend. Deborah from Taste and Tell is one of those.

Not only is Deborah super talented in the kitchen, she is super (duper) nice in person. I couldn’t have been more excited when I found out The Red Velvet Lover’s Cookbook was finally in print. I’m sure I’ve pinned every one of her red velvet recipes, so I jumped at the chance to share her cookbook with you.

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Red Velvet Lovers Cookbook from Deborah of Taste and Tell

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It was hard to decide which recipe to try because they were all super tempting. But I settled on the red velvet oreos because I knew my kids would be all over those. And I was right. They were calling dibs before I’d frosted them.

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Red Velvet Lovers Cookbook from Deborah of Taste and Tell

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These red velvet oreos were much easier to make than photograph, but I totally blame the photography on Daylight Savings. It gets dark way too fast, and I knew if I didn’t photograph these babies last night, they’d be gone by morning. Dang kids.

Okay, dang late-night snacking.

I did make a couple changes when making this recipe for red velvet oreo cookies. First, I used a medium cookie dough scoop, which made for slightly larger cookies (yay!). And second, I was much too lazy to pipe the filling with a pastry bag, so I used a small spreader and about 2 tablespoons of filling (2 to 3 times the filling called for in the recipe) per cookie.

What can I say? The more filling, the quicker the food coma.

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Red Velvet Oreos

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If you want to see another recipe from The Red Velvet Lover’s Cookbook, check out these delectable red velvet cream cheese muffins from Shawn over at I Wash You Dry.

I’m pretty sure Daylight Savings has no effect on her photos.

You’ll find the printable recipe for red velvet oreos below and the giveaway just below that!
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5.0 from 1 reviews
Red Velvet Oreos
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Red velvet
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12
 
These red velvet oreos are adapted from a recipe in The Red Velvet Lover's Cookbook and were a huge hit with the family. Super easy to make yet it looks like you've slaved all day. Best kind of dessert to take to a party! I like to use the medium cookie dough scoop, which makes 24 large cookies (i.e., 12 large red velvet oreo cookies).
Ingredients
Cookies
  • 1½ cups flour
  • 2 T cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • ¼ tsp baking powder
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • 1 cup sugar
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 egg
  • 1 T red liquid food coloring
Filling
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • ½ cup shortening
  • ½ cup unsalted butter, softened
  • 1 T hot water
  • ½ tsp vanilla
Instructions
Cookies
  1. Position oven rack in upper third of oven. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Whisk flour, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder and salt in a medium bowl until combined.
  3. Beat sugar and butter in a large mixing bowl until light and fluffy. Beat in egg and food coloring.
  4. Add dry ingredients and stir until the dough comes together.
  5. Form the dough into balls (about 1 T each) and place at least 3 inches apart on baking sheet. Flatten slightly with the bottom of a drinking glass.
  6. Bake until edges start setting, 7 to 8 minutes. Cool for 5 minutes on baking sheet before transferring to racks to cool completely.
Filling
  1. Beat powdered sugar, shortening, butter, water and vanilla in a large bowl with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. Use a spatula or small spreader to evenly spread 1 to 2 T of filling onto flat side of half the cookies. Top with the unfrosted cookies, flat side down. Lightly press together. Store in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

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And now for the giveaway!
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One lucky ITRML reader will win a copy of The Red Velvet Lover’s Cookbook!


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Peanut butter brownies

2014 November 18
by Emily Hill

I kid you not, these peanut butter brownies are my absolute most favorite brownies in the whole entire world. I first posted the recipe almost four years ago, long before any food photography skills kicked in. I’ve been dying to redo the recipe and photos for forever…and not just because I wanted an excuse to bake and eat an entire batch.

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Peanut butter brownies - my favorite brownie recipe! A swirl of creamy peanut butter flavor in every bite. #brownies #brownierecipe #peanutbutter #dessert

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Actually, I baked these as part of a peanut butter chocolate trifle I made for George’s birthday, but you’ll have to wait a week or two before seeing that bowl of amazingness.

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Peanut butter brownies - my favorite brownie recipe! A swirl of creamy peanut butter flavor in every bite.

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If you want to see how I swirled the peanut butter, you can check my original peanut butter swirl brownies post. Just don’t judge me by the photos. I’ve definitely improved since then.

The peanut butter brownies haven’t improved, but that’s because they were perfect to begin with.

Printable recipe for peanut butter brownies below.

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Peanut butter brownies - my favorite brownie recipe! A swirl of creamy peanut butter flavor in every bite.

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Peanut Butter Brownies
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Brownies
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 24
 
These peanut butter swirl brownies are my favorite brownie recipe. A swirl of peanut butter in every bite. What could be better?
Ingredients
Peanut butter swirl
  • ¾ cup sugar
  • ½ cup peanut butter
  • ¼ cup flour
  • 2 eggs
Brownies
  • 1 package Betty Crocker Original Supreme brownie mix (with chocolate syrup pouch)
  • ¼ cup water
  • ¼ cup oil
  • 2 eggs
Instructions
Peanut butter swirl
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9×13-inch rectangular pan.
  2. Combine peanut butter, sugar, flour and eggs in a medium bowl and beat on medium speed for 2 minutes. Set aside.
Brownies
  1. Combine brownie mix, chocolate syrup, water, oil and eggs in a medium bowl and mix until well blended.
  2. Spread in greased pan and drop peanut butter mixture by large tablespoonfuls onto batter.
  3. Swirl peanut butter into batter using a knife. (I usually go up and down, then side to side.)
  4. Bake brownies for 35 to 40 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean. Cool completely before serving.

 

If you’re a fan of brownies (i.e., if you love yummy things), you might also like these baked goodies.

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Glazed orange brownies - I promise you will want to eat half the pan!


Glazed orange brownies

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Chewy chocolate brownies -- super chocolaty and chewy. The perfect indulgence!


Chewy chocolate brownies

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Chocolate Caramel Cookie Blondies Recipe


Chocolate caramel cookie blondies

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German chocolate caramel brownies


German chocolate caramel brownies

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And if you absolutely love brownies, you’ll definitely want to check out my “bars & brownies recipes” Pinterest board. It’s full of all kinds of drool-worthy dessert recipes.

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A super tasty kids holiday playlist + FREE downloads!

2014 November 14
by Emily Hill

My friend Beth over at Sugar Mountain PR sent me the greatest holiday playlist for kids and I couldn’t wait to share it with you. This Tasty Food Songs for Thanksgiving playlist has some of my favorite children’s music artists (e.g., The Okee Dokee Brothers) and a few artists who might surprise you (Lisa Loeb and Danny Weinkauf, the bassist for They Might Be Giants).

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Kids holiday playlist for Thanksgiving -- tasty songs the whole family will enjoy plus FREE downloads until November 21. #music #playlist  #thanksgiving

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Every song on this holiday playlist is delightful, and who doesn’t love some great themed background music while enjoying Thanksgiving dinner? Plus it’s the perfect way to keep the kids entertained while you enjoy your post-turkey, tryptophan-induced food coma.

You can listen to the Tasty Food Songs for Thanksgiving playlist here: https://soundcloud.com/bethbcpr/sets/tasty-food-songs-for or by checking them out below.

BUT THAT’S NOT ALL!

Beth has asked all of the artists to allow for FREE downloads for a week. That means you can download all the musical tastiness to create your own holiday playlist! The free downloads will end on Friday, November 21st, so get ‘em while they’re hot!
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To learn more about the featured artists, you can visit their websites listed below. I’ve also included a “tasty” fact about each one. Enjoy!

Cathy and Marcy
Website: cathyandmarcy.com
Tasty fact: Cathy and Marcy are folk legends and 2-time GRAMMY Award winners; “Bon Appetit” is from their GRAMMY winning album by the same name

Lisa Loeb
Website: lisaloeb.com
Tasty fact: Lisa wrote the hit song “Stay (I Missed You)” and has a couple of children’s book-CDs.

The Okee Dokee Brothers
Website: okeedokee.org
Tasty fact: The Okee Dokee Brothers won a GRAMMY in 2013.

Brady Rymer
Website: bradyrymer.com
Tasty fact: Brady is a GRAMMY-nominated artist.

Heidi Swedberg
Website: sukeyjumpmusic.com
Tasty fact: Heidi played “Susan” on the TV series Seinfeld.

Danny Weinkauf
Website: dannyweinkauf.com
Tasty fact: Danny is the bassist for the band They Might Be Giants.

Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke
Website: keywildeandmrclarke.com
Tasty fact: Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke have super fun music and visuals; their latest album is Animal Tales.

Kira Willey
Website: kirawilley.com
Tasty fact: Kira is a children’s yoga expert and musician-mom.

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